Whether you’ve lived in your house for years or you purchased a new home and want to make it your own, our team of general contractors are here to make sure you feel right at home.
We handle all of your home remodeling and service needs, including:
Have a project coming up and want to work with a team you can trust? Contact Palmetto Renovations today to get to know us and to discuss how we can help you with your project.
All renovations are an investment in yourself and your home. Adding heated square footage to your home can add value to your home, but the best way to find out how much is to figure out how much homes are selling for by square foot in your area. For example, if the homes in your area are selling for $220 per heated square foot, adding an additional 200 square feet to your home can add $44,000 to your home’s value!
Going through the process of ordering a permit is always recommended with any renovation. Local municipalities have different standards for what is required and that changes occasionally. Any renovation that involves structural, electrical, or plumbing changes most likely require permits and inspections to ensure that all changes are made according to local ordinances. Palmetto Renovations of Columbia, INC goes through the permitting process for every job.
There are so many variables that go into predicting how long a project will take, from the finishes selection to the possibility of hidden damages and scope changes. Generally, from the day of contract signing to the day the client signs their certificate of completion, projects tend to take several months to complete.
The most important thing to decide when looking into any home addition is to figure out what scope you can afford. Home additions vary in price based on the scope of your project and the cost of your finishes. Generally, additions start at $50,000 for Labor and Raw Materials with finishes starting at around 50% of the Labor and Raw Materials Price. Knowing how much you can afford before getting into the Design Process allows you to move forward quickly and know your design limits prior to moving forward with your project.